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Editorial: A few more random thoughts at 3 AM

by Steve Patterson on Wednesday, September 17, 2008 5:20 PM
  1. Please notice that BrutusReport.com is almost all powerful!  Virtually a day after we chided ESPN for taking Chris Spielman out of the booth, he was back. And by the way, Spiels continues to improve in the color analyst roll.  Now I only wish we could have used some of that influence to help OSU get a win last Saturday.

BuckeyeTalkBack moved to eScoutRoom.com

by Steve Patterson on Wednesday, April 16, 2008 10:06 PM
I have moved the BuckeyeTalkBack Blog to eScoutRoom.com to be a part of their ongoing blogging contest.
Steve

Why College Players give Up a Million Dollars

by Steve Patterson on Tuesday, April 8, 2008 6:03 PM

Wide-receiver James Johnson left the Georgia Tech team before Spring Ball began this year. This is the second time in his career that he has quit the Yellow Jackets. The last time this occurred, Head Coach Paul Johnson talked him into returning to the team.

Can Ohio State continue to pull out of Krop?

by Steve Patterson on Saturday, March 29, 2008 9:57 PM
Ohio State Head Coach Jim Tressel, Michael Brewster, and Company did a great job in 2008 of pulling two highly recruited players out of Miami Krop High School. The BrutusReport.com 2008 Football Recruiting Chart has Krop Cornerback Travis Howard and Middle Linebacker Etienne Sabino both rated as 4 star prospects. But does that necessarily mean that they will continue to get recruits from one of the hottest high schools in South Florida with the University of Miami (FL) staking their claim once again on the area?

Devoe Torrence is Formally Charged with Rape

by Steve Patterson on Friday, March 21, 2008 10:22 PM
    Speculation had been around for many months that Ohio State recruit and one of the best running backs in the country Devoe Torrence had been involved in sexual misconduct with former Massillon classmates.

    The BrutusReport.com had Torrence listed as an Ohio State verbal for months along with all of the other recruiting websites and services. But when he did not visit for an official visit to campus like all committed scholarship athletes eventually do, it was obvious that Torrence would not be a part of the Buckeye’s 2008 class. His scholarship had been pulled for off-the-field issues.

Did Daequan Cook have a Better Season last Year?

by Steve Patterson on Thursday, March 20, 2008 12:41 AM
So the NBA is about potential and not necessarily college performance. But as Pete Quint on the BrutusReport.com commented, Ohio State has taken a step back since Cook, Greg Oden, and Mike Conley Js have departed for the NBA.

Scout.com releases their 2009 Mid-west Hot 100

by Steve Patterson on Wednesday, March 12, 2008 3:34 PM
One thing that doesn’t surprise you when you see the list is that all of Ohio State’s 8 current commits from the class of 2009 are on the list.

If A Businessman Wants to Gift a University with no Stadium

by Steve Patterson on Wednesday, March 5, 2008 5:14 PM

If an alumni businessman wants to gift a university with no stadium like Minnesota, you would take the money right?  Well four years ago the Gophers turned down a $35 million donation and kept playing in the Metrodome where they had no home field advantage at all.

How to recruit with a Rule-breaking Coach

by Steve Patterson on Tuesday, February 26, 2008 11:37 AM
It turns out Kelvin Sampson had one extra recruiting trick up his sleeve. In addition to illegal phone calls from himself and his assistants, Sampson offered prospects a letter of intent that allowed them to bail if things went bad at Indiana.

Kelvin Sampson: A Recovering Illegal Recruiter

by Steve Patterson on Thursday, February 21, 2008 9:17 AM

The current situation at Indiana, where Basketball Head Coach Kelvin Sampson has been placed on a game-by-game tight rope while the university determines how to handle the media blitz surrounding violations by the coach and one of his assistants, is an overreaction to a situation that was sure to surface.


      
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